Wakeman says: “This is the start of a new Journey. The original score for the album had been lost for so many years, making any new performances impossible. But after it turned up without warning, we managed to restore it and add previously missing music.
“It’s taken another half-decade to develop it into this tour, but I can’t wait to take Verne’s magnificent story on tour again.”
Apr 24: Newcastle City Hall Apr 25: Manchester Apollo Apr 26: Plymouth Pavilions Apr 28: London Royal Albert Hall Apr 29: Birmingham NIA Apr 30: London Royal Albert Hall May 01: Grimsby Auditorium May 02: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall May 03: Bournemouth International Centre May 04: Cardiff Arena May 06: Glasgow Clyde Auditorium May 08: Sheffield City Hall May 09: Liverpool Philharmonic May 10: Llandudno Venue Cymru
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